Sigil (A Tom Regan Thriller) by Aidan J. Reid

Sigil by Aidan J. Reid

This book had a lot of the ingredients that I like in a suspense thriller. Set in Ireland with Father Tom Regan, a parish priest with a love of mysteries and the television show starring Detective Bourbon. He fancies himself something of a sleuth. But living in the small village of Ballygorm there isn’t a lot of sleuthing to be done.

Until a local man is found hanging in Joe Boyd’s barn. Officially listed as a suicide but Fr Regan senses something isn’t right about it and begins to emulate Detective Bourbon, asking questions and checking stories as well as the barn. As things heat up he may well be in danger himself.

Somewhere in Ballygorm the citizens are harboring a killer. And it looks like everyone in the village is keeping their own secrets.

Will Fr.Regan figure out who is telling the truth and find out what evil is lurking in the village? When it comes to murder,no one is exempt. Even a priest. It all came together in the end in a way that left me saying What??

Good character in Regan. Looking forward to more from Mr. Reid.

ย ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Aidan J. Reid

AIDAN J. REID is a writer and freelance blogger originally from Northern Ireland.

His debut sci-fi thriller, PATHFINDERS, was released on March 1st 2016.

The theme of lucid dreaming as well as what is hidden in the deep, dark subconscious parts of our mind are explored.

A second book – Sigil – was released on June 23rd 2016. It follows the adventure of a Catholic parish priest in a small village in Ireland who suspects that a local suicide has more sinister elements involved.

His short story, Spectrum, can be downloaded for free from his website where he blogs regularly.

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10 thoughts on “Sigil (A Tom Regan Thriller) by Aidan J. Reid

  1. Haven’t heard of this writer but he sounds interesting. I’ve just added Sigil to my TBR list (so many books, so little time…) BTW, are you aware that your outbound links open in the same page? Better to have them open in a new page so it doesn’t direct readers away from your blog. Just sayin.

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